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TWO-THIRDS OF A GHOST
A Novel
by Nancy Parsons
Publisher: The Cheshire Press
2013
About …
Nell Bane is a ghostwriter. When she begins to suspect that her high-powered and high-minded client, David Kernow, isn’t quite who he projects himself to be, she begins to unwind his story and finds that her ethics—and possibly her life—are in jeopardy.

Here’s how The Cheshire Press helped …
We procured the properly-size, high resolution photos necessary for the evocative book cover that hints at darkness and suspense as well as the main character’s ghostwriting profession. The Cheshire Press ensured that the author’s work was uploaded to the printer so it could be conveniently and swiftly ordered and delivered.

   

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THE DOG THAT MANAGED HEDGE FUNDS
A Novel
by Nancy Parsons
Publisher: The Cheshire Press
2012
About …
A corrupt hedge funds manager, convicted of bilking his wealthy clients out of billions, dies of a heart attack in a prison cell and regains consciousness in an animal shelter cage. He has come back to life as a dog. Sheila Thibedeau is a down-on-her-luck animal communicator. The two meet and the story unfolds.

Here’s how The Cheshire Press helped …
As with Nancy Parsons’s other books, The Cheshire Press provided final production assistance including obtaining the cover photo and uploading the book files to the printing company. But it was in post-production help that “the Press” proved invaluable, coaching Parsons in taking her book “viral.” Available as an ebook, as well as the traditional, printed volume, The Cheshire Press made optimal use of search engines and other techniques to introduce the novel to the world.

 

   

 

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RETRObution
By Karen Till Vitale
Publisher: The Cheshire Press
About...
Margo has transformed her grandparents’ bakery into a café in a charming town on the Maine coast. While Margo is an avid cook and baker, she also posses an insatiable curiosity fueled by the antics of her eccentric neighbors. On walks with her best friend Cate to a nearby lighthouse, they wonder what old Jonas is up to, looking out to sea with his telescope. When they stumble on a body near the lighthouse, Margo’s curiosity soars and she is soon drawn deeper into the mystery.

How The Cheshire Press helped:
The cover designer reached back to the ‘50s for the perfect green of mid-century kitchens and used a gently-illustrated lighthouse to create an enticing book cover that promises a perfect “summer read.” The Cheshire Press handled all the details of ISBN and LOCs, created and uploaded the files, and worked with author Karen Till Vitale until her book was just the way she wanted it.

 

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